Category Archives: Labyrinths Across the Country

Sunnylands Labyrinth

A guest blog by Teri Petrzalek Background Information:  Sunnylands is the 200-acre estate outside Palm Springs of Walter and Lenore Annenberg. In 2001 they created a trust fund to “address serious issues facing the nation and the world community.”  A … Continue reading

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Walking the Sacred Path Daily

What does walking the Phoenix Harmony Labyrinth daily do?  For one, it gets me outside. Rain, snow, or shine. Chill, frigid, or warm. Windy, breezy, or calm. Noisy with traffic or quiet. Postholing through deep snow, skittering along the ice-covered path, treading … Continue reading

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Centering in Transitions

Last month I helped a sister sort and pack household and personal items for a move from Phoenix area back to New Hampshire. S   She had been wanting to return to our ancestral state for a few years. November … Continue reading

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Sublime Summer Walk

How the Muscatine, IA, labyrinth touched me. Continue reading

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Duluth OWAA Labyrinth Walk

Duluth, MN, is home to at least three labyrinths all registered on The Labyrinth Locator page of The Labyrinth Society’s website. For the past few years I have led walks for Outdoor Writers of American Association members and spouses/partners.  The … Continue reading

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2016 Labyrinths

Check out Winding Pathways for a blog on labyrinths I visited and walked in 2016. I am always surprised at how many labyrinths I actually go to in a year.  Always is my favorite at Regis Middle School in Cedar … Continue reading

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Indiana Labyrinths

Two University towns in northern Indiana host five lovely labyrinths.  In South Bend, home of Notre Dame University and Valparaiso home to Valparaiso University both just off busy I-80 pilgrims will easily find these exquisite, cared for labyrinths. Ironwood Road in … Continue reading

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